Constitution Hall was built in 1929 and designed by John Russel Pope. The Hall is home to the exciting DAR Continental Congress, which takes place each July.
Since 1930, members of the DAR have come to Constitution Hall to vote on bylaws and elect new officers during their annual convention. over the years, Constitution Hall has hosted many popular performers and speakers.
In 1985, the Department of the Interior designated the building a National Historic Landmark due to its national recognition as a center for the performing arts.
With a seating capacity of 3,702, DAR Constitution Hall is the largest concert hall in Washington, D.C. It hosts a variety of events including concerts, speakers, films, graduations, corporate events, award ceremonies, television productions and gala dinners.
Learn more about DAR Constitution Hall at: DAR.org/constitutionhall